Whirlwind Missions

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Team lunch & Camera woes

Tim A. Cummins @ 7:19 pm  

Met up with Ian & Ruthie North, Bayo Otiti and Paul Reynolds today for lunch. Always great to hang out with partners. Can’t believe I didn’t get a picture of the whole group. Bahd luck.

After our lunch, Paul, Jesse and I went over to Northchase apartments to talk with the new Manager and Ast. Mgr.

We’re trying to keep ministry going over there. We had a good talk, but I’m never particularly optimistic.

It’s like I was telling Paul, it’s all about timing. God’s in control. Period.

J and I went to Walmart to pick up supplies for the mission.

Weird, scalloped shaped clouds. They produced light sleet on my windshield.
Then over to Azalea to see how the kids are doing. Did I mention that the second Xbox we took there got ripped off? I’m still hoping that one of the older guys took it with them and will bring it back, but I’m not holding my breath. Fortunately, the Nintendo 64 works, now that we got the pieces it was missing (that were also stolen.)
Oh well. That’s why the call it missions. If it was easy, everyone would do it.

Had some sad news today. My camera developed a speck on the lens. I took it over to Best Buy and they’re going to fix it. I had a warranty. But it’ll take 2 weeks. I looked at every other camera there and all the new “better” models are not as good. They may have more megapixels, but the viewscreen is much smaller.

Sometimes I really hate these “upgrades.” When they make a really good model, why do they feel they HAVE to change it?

Back to the archiving project. I’m on 2006.

Take a look at this wacky car. It looks like it was made out of tupperware.